Sicily, the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, is Italy's southernmost wine region (Sicily is actually further south than the most northern parts of Africa). Sicily has been known for Marsala wine, but is now seeing an increase in demand for its dry table wines. I've been impressed with several I've had in the past from the Etna DOC on Sicily, but I can't say I've had many examples of Sicilian wine. Nero d'Avola (red) and Cataratto (white) are the two most common grape cultivars planted in the island.
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